Miniforms was born in Italy in the 1970s. It evolved from Inveta (Industria Veneta small tables), a company founded in 1962 which produced small tables and accessories.
In the late 1980s, Miniforms looked toward the international market. Production was expanded to chairs, tables and bookcases, increasing the catalogue of new solutions for living.
In 2009, Miniforms founder Mr. Luigi Bardini, sold the company to his son Mr. Alessandro. The company was now investing in avant-garde production, working with young Italian design talents.
The style inspiring the company derives from authentic materials and respect for the environment. The forms and colors are essential, clean and primary.
The materials range from solid wood to steel, glass and aluminum, using environmentaly compatible materials. In 2010, Miniforms exhibited at the 49th International Furniture Exhibition in Milan, with a collection of twenty-two new products by designers such as Paul Capello, DZ Studio, Giopato and Coombes, Enrico Girotti, Claudio Lovadina, and Andrea Lucatello.